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RepSnapper is an alternative host software for controlling the RepRap ( open source 3D printer.

Getting it


To build and run repsnapper do:


For more details on prerequisites see the manual:


For latest documentation, see: * RepSnapper v2 Manual For version 1.1.x, see: * RepSnapper v1 Manual

Contact Info

  • Irc channel: #repsnapper at irc://

RepSnapper v2

Current development of Repsnapper is happening in Timothy Schmidt’s repository at the following URLs.

Kulitorum version

For historical reasons we leave here the links to the old svn version that developed by Kulitorum, this version is now unmaintained and commits go into the Timothy Schmidt version (as of ~ October 5th, 2010)

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